The Master of Business Administration (Safety Management) Degree Programme of the Annamalai University is to equip practicing Executives and Managers, working in Private / Public Sector Undertakings / Banks/ Educational Institutions. Industries and other similar organisations so as to enable them to enrich their managerial skills, decision-making, and to enhance their problem solving ability, through case studies, lectures, role-plays and business games with special focus on Safety Management.

The Program of Study Duration

The duration of the program of study is two years and students shall complete the program within a period of 7 years from the year of admission and the program will comprise the subjects given in regulations.

Medium of Instruction

English will be the medium of instruction for the program.

Eligibility for Admission

  1. Any Graduation
  2. Applicants who have qualified themselves in P.G. Diplomas in Management of any University / or any recognized institute and those who have worked in Managerial / Executive / Supervisory cadre in a Manufacturing / Marketing / Banking / Service organizations will be given preference.

Award of the Degree

Candidates for the M.B.A. (Safety Management) Degree shall be required to pass the examination held by the University after undergoing the prescribed programme of study through Distance Education.

Personal Contact Programme (Compulsory)

Personal contact Programme is arranged at different centres for the benefit of the students. The minimum number of days to be conducted in a year is 60 days. It is compulsory for students to attend 80% of the days. In the second year Special lectures / Case Studies / Group Discussions / Role Plays / Management Games / In-Basket Exercises / Brain Storming classes will be conducted. Teaching will be through study materials sent to the students supplemented by face to face contact programmes, guest lectures and audio and video cassettes.

Course Contents

First year

  • Principles of Managements and Organizational Behaviour.
  • Human Resource Management.
  • Marketing Management.
  • Financial Management.
  • Fundamentals of Safety.
  • Safety and the Law.
  • Fire Engineering.
  • Safety in Construction Industry.

Second Year

  • Safety Management.
  • Safety Engineering.
  • Appraisal, Analysis, Inspection and Control Procedures.
  • Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Health.
  • Environmental Education.
  • Production and Materials Management.
  • Project and Viva-voce Examinations  (or)
  • Safety in Chemical Industry
  • Safety in Electrical Industry

Passing Minimum 

At the end of each year of study, candidates shall have to take their examination in all the courses they studied during that year.

A candidate shall be declared to have passed the examination if he / she obtains not less than 50 per cent of marks in each course. Candidates securing less than prescribed pass minimum shall be deemed to have failed in the written examination of that year.

However, he / she shall be required to appear again for those courses only in which he / she has failed in order to get a pass in the subsequent examination.

A candidate who opts for project work shall be declared to have passed in the Project Work and Viva-voce Examination, if he / she secures an overall minimum of 50 per cent (combining both project work and the Viva-Voce) out of 200 marks.

A candidate who fails in the project work and Viva-Voce examination may be permitted to resubmit a project and appear for the Viva-Voce for the second time, if so recommended by the examiners. No Candidate shall be permitted to submit the project work and appear for the Viva-Voce more than twice on additional fee payments.

Classification Norms

First Class: Candidates securing 60% and above in aggregate in the whole examination shall be placed in the First class,

Second Class: Those who obtain 50% and above but less than 60% shall be placed in the Second Class,

Candidate who obtains 75% in aggregate shall be deemed to have passed the examination with distinction, provided they pass all examinations prescribed for the programme in the First appearance itself.

For unsuccessful candidates

Candidates who failed in any course in the First year, will be permitted to proceed to the second year.

If a candidate fails in any of the theory courses he / she shall be required to reappear for that course(s) only.

Conditions for Admission

Candidates for admission to Two year Post Graduation Course in Safety Management should have passed the following examinations

  1. Graduation (Any Stream)/ B.E / B.Tech (Any Stream)

Medium of Instruction


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